A series of 6 experiential workshops, based on the work of Joanna Macy,
to explore our responses to what is happening to ourselves and to our planet.
Saturdays in 2014 – 9.30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
March 22nd Coming from gratitude, celebrating our true nature.
May 3rd Honouring our pain for the world, the pain that is not ours alone.
June 21st Seeing with new eyes, feeling part of the Web of Life.
August 2nd A Council of All Beings, for families & people of all ages.
September 20th & November 1st Going forth’: coming back to life, finding courage and active hope, for the healing of our world, each according to our situation, gifts, and limitations.
Venue: Escot Village Hall, Gosford Lane, Taleford, Exeter, EX11 1NE, Devon.
Low/Unwaged: £15 £75
High Earner: £40 £204
Organisational: £55 £280
Facilitators: Sara Drew and Martin Paine
The Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh was asked
what we need to do to save our world.
“What we most need to do,” he replied,
“is to hear within us the sound of the earth crying.”
This work has proved useful to ‘Heart and Soul’ groups and to ‘Inner Transition’ initiatives within the Transition Towns movement. It will interest those wishing to explore Ecopsychology and anybody caring to vision our future.
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